WWE RAW Ratings – Nov. 28, 2022 – Viewership Up, Key Demo Down

Monday’s Raw drew an average of 1,668,000 viewers on USA Network, up from last week’s 1,646,000 viewers.

It drew a 0.40 rating in the 18-49 demographic, down from last week’s 0.41. It was #6, #7, and #8 on cable for the day, behind Monday Night Football and other NFL coverage.

Monday Night Football (Pittsburgh vs. Indianapolis) drew 10,882,000 viewers and a 3.18 18-49 rating on ESPN.

This week’s show was notable for the first hour being aired commercial free on USA Network.

In an interesting note, the Wrestling Observer’s Dave Meltzer reported that this week’s show’s first-to-third hour drop of 27% was the largest ever first-to-third hour drop for a RAW show in RAW series history.

This time last year, the November 29, 2021 Raw drew 1,679,000 viewers and a 0.46 rating. The November 30, 2020 Raw drew 1,741,000 viewers and a 0.53 rating.

Hourly breakdown:
8PM: 1,960,000 viewers
9PM: 1,620,000
10PM: 1,450,000

More Monday ratings: Showbuzz Daily